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The New World is a podcast by Aftonbladet Kultur and Institutet för Framtidsstudier. Hosted by Karin Pettersson, culture editor for Aftonbladet and Georg Diez editor in chief of The New Institute: Conversations with leading scholars and thinkers about radical new ideas and the future of democracy in an age of technological disruption and exploding inequalities.
 
Dags för franska är för dig som vill lyssna lite på franska varje vecka! Det är en podd gjord av två franska kompisar som bor i Stockholm och Umeå. Vi ringer varandra varje vecka och diskutera olika aktuella ämne! Vi lägger även upp en ordlista för dig som lär dig franska. Vi släpper ett nytt avsnitt varje måndag. Dags för franska est un podcast pour les suédois qui apprennent le français. Nous sommes deux amis, Elodie et Christian. L'un habitant à Umeå l'autre à Stockholm , on se téléphone ...
 
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Sweden's minority government could be toppled next week after a majority of parties in parliament announced they would back a no confidence vote. Also, the delta variant of coronavirus, first detected in India, is spreading in Sweden. We speak to a professor of immunology to find out what impact it will have this summer and beyond. And we speak to …
 
Health officials don't want people to forget their vaccine while vaccinating this summer. People still waiting on a dose or two should plan on getting their Covid-19 vaccine in their home regions - and not somewhere else - during their summer vacation. Also, Sweden's men's football team is facing criticism after two players tested positive for the …
 
We hear how Covid-19 restrictions have re-shaped life for families, workers, and others who live near the Norwegian border. First, we hear how Sweden's Covid-19 restrictions nationwide are beginning to lift. We hear voices of cinema-goers, now that theaters can seat up to 50 people per screening, instead of 8. Then, we follow reporter Ulla Engberg …
 
The number of new infections is falling and Sweden seems poised to roll back a number of health restrictions. Also, we hear from Radio Sweden's recent visit to the Swedish border town of Strömstad. Plus, a report on the shortage of eggs in supermarkets and we meet a collection of neighbours who shed a new light on community living. Produced and pre…
 
Why is Sweden's government wary of taking a stance in the current Israel-Palestine violence? That's one of the stories we'll hear this in this edition of Radio Sweden Weekly. Also, we speak with regions in Sweden's far north about what kinds of opportunities they can offer migrants. And we hear from Sweden's Eurovision contender Tusse before he com…
 
Swedes will have to wait another two weeks before the first easing of Covid restrictions. But as we find out, older Swedes who have been vaccinated are already booking holidays abroad. Also, brotherly love. How identical twins separated by the prolonged closure of the Swedish/Norwegian border, every weekend travel to meet in the middle of a bridge …
 
Värmland is doing it. So is Stockholm along with Kalmar and Jönköping, too. Those regions have started phase four, the final stage of Sweden's vaccination program. It's when the general public can begin booking their Covid-19 vaccine. We take a closer look at the country's vaccine roll out - how far it's come and how much longer it has to go. Also:…
 
We find out from the e-health agency how its new Green Certificate will work for people who have been vaccinated. Also, it's a traditional weekend of partying for students in the country but will be the corona restrictions put a dampener on celebrations? We find out. Dave Russell david.russell@sverigesradio.se…
 
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